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interior, ken salazar anuncio hoy que la comision designada por el presidente obama presentara en las proximas semanas un informe al mandatario recomendando la creacion del museo en washington... el anuncio se realizo durante la conferencia anual del comite legislativo hispano... una semana labora cuatro dias p gubernamentales, es lo que recomienda una comision estatal en virginia.. la comision nombrada por el gobernador bob mcdonnell, senala que reduciria coste energia y mantenimiento, y que motivaria mas a los trabajadores.. otras recomendaciones incluyen eliminar las llamadas gratuitas a ciertas agencias y algunas juntas y comisiones.. mas de mil quinientos gallones de diesel fueron de anne arunde robo mas reciente ocurrio el coles, desaparecieron de un almacen en glen burnie, maryland... otros 740 robados de otra planta en annapolis.. dado al los dos equipos del area iniciaron ganando de local y visita. anoche en el cierre de la primer semana de la nfl, los baltimore ravens aprovecharon la ineficiencia ofensiva de los jets de new york para ganar el primer partido de lunes por
wonderful it is to be able to welcome mrs. obama and mrs. bush here today. secretary, ken salazar and gore gordon felt. thank you for allowing us to share this stage with you this morning. to the passengers and family and friends of the passengers of flight crew 93. welcome. the distinguished guest today are many. warm welcome to joyce mursa the wife of our late congressman, john mursa. [applause] judge mitch randall the vent first lady of pennsylvania. and mrs. michelle ridge the former first lady of pennsylvania. [applause] former secretary of the interior. ken thorn and national park service regional coordinator. welcome. senators and somerset county commissioners and representatives from senator caseys and congressman shushters office. welcome. mr. neil mulholland. president and ceo of the national park down tax and chris solomon the chairman of our capital campaign. and the architects of our beautiful memorial. paul and fella any merdock and landscape architect, warrenbird. there's many students from stow any, creek, shanksville high school and also german general council, welcome tod
the response to april's spill, the environmental impact and regulations for offshore drilling. lisa jackson ken salazar and thad len are among the witnesses. >>> last year it was loss to the winless lions. this year a loss to the winless rams. they jumped out to a 14-point lead before anybody realized the game had started. they took the lead, 16-14. from there on it was all rams. ended up winning 30-16. coach mike shanahan said he was hopeful at the beginning of the second half but the rams apparently just wanted it more. >> you like to come back from the second half. and i thought we did initially. similar to what we did a week before. we touched on drive. and this one obviously installed inside the 10. but after they they did the job. they played well. we didn't step up and do the things we needed to win a foob game. >> no. they struggled in the second half. portis had the only 44 yards rushing. miserable. >> we've got to win against the ramts. >> can't. didn't. >> all right. >> philadelphia and then who? vikings and then the colts. could get ugly before -- >> yes. >> could look better. >> 4
by obama when ken salazar was name fod be secretary of the interior. he is trying to for the first time get elected in his own right. he was the head of the denver public school system after a successful career in business. and a really thoughtful education reformer who has a lot of fans inside the beltway already. if he can earn his own victory in this, it will make him an interesting force in the years to come. it's another vulnerable seat that the republicans think they have a chance to pick up. >> i think the republicans are hurts themselves a little bit, and that's my opinion, by picking people like sharon ang that will are so extreme they may lose to harry reid because i don't see how the democrats could have won that seat. he was in a world of trouble until the republicans let him off the hook. >> i think that's a fair point. >> thank you fur joining us, matt. there's much more ahead here on "the dylan ratigan show." the first ever cannabis commercial is out. that's cool. we decide to make it a more effective one. you don't want to miss the world premier coming up next. later, follow
passengers and crew, and we begin with remarks from secretary of the interior ken salazar who has been instrumental and pivotal on so many successes in this project. he is a fifth-generation colorodoan. he was confirmed on january 20, 2009, in a unanimous vote and by the senate. prior to his confirmation, he served as colorado's 35th u.s. senator. as secretary of the interior, he works to protect america's natural resources and heritage. the honors our cultures and tribal communities and supplies the energy to powder -- to power our future. he is a good friend to fly 93 and has visited this site many times. please welcome secretary of the interior, ken salazar. [applause] >> thank you, joanne. it is my honor to welcome you all to the here -- all here to the ninth anniversary for the heroes of flight 93. i would welcome the first lady of the united states, michelle obama, and our first lady laura bush. my former colleague and former secretary of the interior also for his work on this project. when president obama pointed me, he asked as -- appointed me, he asked that i served as a custo
are in the house, secretary of the interior ken salazar [applause] and our wonderful secretary of labor, hilda solis. [applause] i want to pick our mistress of andemonies soledad o'brien congratulate eva longoria parker, and arturo sandoval on your well-deserved awards this evening. i love you back. [applause] i want to thank all the members of congress, the local elected officials, the chci alumni and everyone who works day in and day out to advance the hispanic community and america as a whole. i also want to acknowledge and thank all of the outstanding latino leaders serving across my administration because i am proud that the number of latinos i have nominated for senate confirmed positions at this point far exceed any administration in history. [applause] and i am especially proud that a whole bunch of them are latina. [applause] as i have said before, one of my proudest moments of my presidency was the day just as sonia sotomayor swore an oath [applause] and ascended to our nation's highest court and it sparked nutrients for countless young girls all across america. -- and sparked new dr
. lisa jackson, ken salazar and thad allen are among the witnesses. >>> this morng the is still no resolution as to whether not the bush era tax cuts will continue into next year. the cuts are set to expire in december. individuals want to keep them for 200,000. they believe law major lawmakers have a better chance after the midterm election. >> seemed like a moment where politics is getting put in front of prosperity. >> the white still promising cuts. whether congre takes up the issue before or after the election. >>> leader of a georgia megachurch says he will fight accusations that he lured four young men into homosexual relationships. lawsuits by the four men claim long offered lavish gifts in including cars,cash, and travel, in return for sex. long did not deny the accusations but said he would not try the case in the media. >>> i've been accused. i'm under attack. i feel like david against goliath. but i've got five rocks and i haven't thrown one yet. >> long is married with four children. he has also been a strong opponent of homesexuality in the pas. >>> we're following
of mexico oil spill well should be permanently sealed by sunday. meanwhile, interior secretary ken salazar announced a new requirement that all abandoned wells in the gulf must be plugged. there are a number of vacancies for federal judgeships that also need some plugging. despite a meeting to discuss pending nominations. correspondent shannon bream reports the roster won't be filled anytime soon. >> reporter: the senate judiciary committee took up another batch of president obama federal court nominees. but even if all six are ultimately approved by the senate, the confirmations will do it will to chip away at the growing list of vacancies on the bench. according to the latest figures from the administrative office of the u.s. courts, there are currently 103 federal court vacancies. and just 41 nominees pending. 38 of the openings are now classified as judicial emergencies. >> justice isn't being done. that's what the problem is. it's that americans are waiting too long for justice and for court hearings in this country. >> even supreme court justice anthony kennedy weighed in saying, "th
drilling. interior secretary ken salazar says he will lift the current moratorium when he is comfortable. safety procedures have been upgraded. all of this, of course, is fall-out from the gulf oil spill. the leak has been plugged, correspondent phil keating reports the economic effects linger. >> there is white shrimp caught between the cage. >> 77-year-old frank paddy knows gulf of mexico seafood perhaps better than anyone. the joe patti seafood named after his dad has been around since 1930. for first time ever, exactly where everything is caught is now printed boldly for every customer. >> it concerns me. maybe i'm overly cautious, i don't know. i know nine out of ten customers are concerned about where it comes from. >> that is the public reception issue that continues to plague what was a $4 billion a year industry across five states. >> the seafood is ready for the rest of the world, the rest of the world needs to know that. >> despite regular reminders from the federal government on down that gulf seafood is safe to eat, much of the nation remains squeamish. >> it's pure supply a
chance of a catastrophic oil spill. ken salazar says the obama administration considers whether to end the moratorium on deepwater drilling. head of management and enforcement use the to be known as the mineral management service. thanks very much. do you think these new rules, i know you don't have the completed investigation yet, but could these new rules have prevented the blowout on the rig? >> we don't know. we do know the new rules substantially raise the bar and impose tough new requirements on offshore operators. that's our goal is to continually upgrade the level of safety that's required in offshore drilling. we won't know the full answer as to whether the new requirements would have prevented the blowout until all of the investigations are complete, which is still sunshine in the future. >> not only sometime in the future. as i understand it from one of lawyers involved, pleading for subpoena power. the fact is that congress has not given the subpoena power that these investigators say that they need. >> well, that's true for the president's commission. but other investigati
impact of it, and reforming regulations for offshoredrilling. lisa jacks, ken salazar and thad allen are among the witnesses. >>> the burgundy and goal helped th snap their 14-game streak. after getting behind early, the redskins climbed their way back into it by the third quarter staying the lead, 16-14. but it was all rams for there as they go on to win, 30-16. this morning many are questioning if this redskins team has changed at all from last year. >>> it's a completely different team. >> they struggled on offense the entire second half. ended the game with only 44 yards rushing another painful loss. >> looks like the motto now is we aim to please, the opnents. >> got to get back into it. >> not good. 5:08 is the time. an alert for drivers this early morning. a popular car recalled for steering problems. >> plus, major changes to vice president biden's home. >> tomorrow says it could be an ugly start to the week. that c building wind farms and expanding clean energy manufacturing. but in america, gridlockhas. now, the senate can change that - by passing a reneble electricity stan
.s. senate seat left vacant by ken salazar. in the u.s. senate, he serves on the agricultural, banking, and another. he has three daughters. his opponent is ken buck. he attended princeton university and earned his undergraduate degree in politics in 1991. he received his jerseys doctorate from 1985 at the university of wyoming law school -- he received his jurist doctorate -- his jd degree. he worked with the department of justice in washington, d.c.. he then joined the colorado attorney general's office, where he was chief of criminal division. ken has served as an instructor at the university of denver law school. in 2004, he was elected as a district attorney. he and his wife have three children. panel, first of all, we have 8 person passionate about transportation issues for the past 20 years -- we have a persian. she served as a member of the regional transportation board in denver and was voted one of the 100 most influential people in our first 100 years. she moved to grand junction in 1997 and has chaired the 12 -- club 20 transportation committee for the past three years. our
advertisement, going after michael bennett, to replace now interior secretary ken salazar. take a look at this ad. >> coloradans are in debt to washington. it spenders like michael bennett are spending $2.5 billion per day, wasting billions on failed stimulus programs. the result? over 100,000 jobs lost. bankruptcy's reaching an all- time high. it might be we have nothing to show for it. call. tell bennett to stop spending. host: that was american crossroads gps. ed gillespie's and karl rov'ee's group. >> for 100 years, we the people have picked our senators. but ken buck wanted to r ewrite the constitution. he proposed ending our right to vote for our own senators. rewriting the constitution, ending our right to vote? ken but is too extreme for colorado. the democratic senatorial campaign is responsible for the content of this advertisement. host: what is going on here? guest: what is going on is that you have republicans trying to portrayed michael bennett as connected to the national party, as someone who is weak on spending issues. then you have democrats tried to cast ken buck, th
and ken salazar to being more open to allowing the agents access to the land? >> we have to. too many people are hurt and dying. the policy of telling america not to go in the land because it's dangerous, not a viable policy. sometimes you have to get people to sit down and say rational human beings can see this is not working we have to change. we can change. not that difficult of a process. start the process. that's what we're trying to do. >> thank you for your effort. >> appreciate the help. >> uma: sarah palin visits a state for known for boosting or busting the presidential ambitions. family research council president tony per kins is joining us from the summit where the christian conservative got a look at the candidate, one with a questionable record of telling the truth. >> they don't get it. we're not trying to take back our country. we are our country! yeah. gear up with great deals at bass pro shops. like... bass pro shops. your adventure starts here. thanks. i got the idearom general mills big g cereals. they put a white check on the top of every box to let people know th
to fill the u.s. senate seat left vacant by ken salazar. he serves on the committees of our agriculture, banking, health, and education. michael and his wife, susan, have three daughters. his opponent is ken buck, his republican challenger for the u.s. senate. he earned his undergraduate degree in politics in 1991. he received his jurist doctorate from the university of wyoming in 1995. in the 19 -- he worked on the iran-contra investigation. he worked as a prosecutor with the department of justice in washington, d.c. he later joined the u.s. attorney general's office where he was the chief of the criminal division. he has served as an instructor at the university of denver law school and the national institute for child advocacy. in 2004, he was elected for the county district attorney. ken and his wife have two children. , first of all, terry has been passionate about transportation is used for the past 20 years. she served on the regional transportation district court in denver and was voted one of the most 100 in-flight to people in colorado foxes first 100 years. she moved to grand
to that seat. he was a democrat when ken salazar decided to join the obama administration. however, he is in for a tough fight to win that seat on his own. ken buck, the tea party favorite, currently holds five-point lead over michael bennett. that race is 49-44. moving into wisconsin, republicans are very bullish over the fact that they think they can knock off the incumbent senator, the democrat, russ feingold who really is a darling for progressives across the country. wes feingold trailing in that race to ron johnson, a small businessman who came out of nowhere by six points. russ feingold, 45, johnson, 51. i'm going to leave that for you folks go to cnnpolitics.com to check out the numbers in the races. moving on, here in washington, d.c., a very big vote today regarding the future of campaign finance spending, specifically when it comes to tigs ads. democrats are trying to bring up a vote on what's known as the disclose act. this is in regards to a supreme court decision earlier this year that lifted restrictions on what corporations and individuals could do and say on campaign a
time on capitol hill, everyone from vice president biden, interior secretary ken salazar, rahm emanuel, what happened? guest: well, it's a terrific story by brian friel, who was sitting right across from me as a competitor the last time i was on this show, so we're glad we have him working for us now. and kerry young, and they -- they just sort of -- it was one of those situations where the more you listen to the subtext, as our reporters like to have the time to do, the more they sort of heard this surprising annoyance among not republicans, but congressional democrats in their dealings with the white house. it was anowance and surprise annoyance as the story says. a third of the cabinet was previously a member of congress, starting with the president and vice president. and then beyond that, dozens of senior congressional aides in almost every department had been senior hill staffers as the chart also sort of points out. and yet, they made some -- what congress has called continue to make sort of rookie mistakes, want returning phone calls, you know, not consulting, want giving advan
. >> coming up, interior secretary ken salazar talks about the recent oil spill. he testified at the national commission on the bp oil spill yesterday. this is just over an hour. very pleased to see you here this afternoon and we know you have been vigorously addressing problems of the sort we have been investigating. we have turned to the government today as the focus of our inquiry and look forward with great enthusiasm to your presentation. thank you, sir. >> thank you very much. thank you to each of the members of the commission. thank you for your service to the country and your service on this commission as we move forward to understand what caused the explosion at the deepwater horizon and how we move together to develop a gold standard for the development of ocean energy in a manner that protects workers and fully protect the environment we look forward to working with you and we hope to give you an update on some of the work we have been doing at the department of interior to achieve that goal. i will make some brief opening comments on several matters and mike abramowich will make a
, to replace now interior secretary ken salazar. take a look at this ad. >> coloradans are in debt to washington. it spenders like michael bennett are spending $2.5 billion per day, wasting billions on failed stimulus programs. the result? over 100,000 jobs lost. bankruptcy's reaching an all- time high. it might be we have nothing to show for it. call. tell bennett to stop spending. host: that was american crossroads gps. ed gillespie's and karl rov'ee's group. >> for 100 years, we the people have picked our senators. but ken buck wanted to r ewrite the constitution. he proposed ending our right to vote for our own senators. rewriting the constitution, ending our right to vote? ken but is too extreme for colorado. the democratic senatorial campaign is responsible for the content of this advertisement. host: what is going on here? guest: what is going on is that you have republicans trying to portrayed michael bennett as connected to the national party, as someone who is weak on spending issues. then you have democrats tried to cast ken buck, the republican nominee, as someone who i
, and others. according to the secretary of energy, ken salazar, if we simply utilize solar thermal, in the southwest of this country in nevada, california, arizona, we could provide 29% of the electricity that american households consumed. can you imagine that? just want technology. warre beginning to see the of this all around the state. we were able to bring in more people bring in solar. we have 45 schools and in this state that are being heated by biomass. when we do that, we create cut greenhouse gas emissions. we do not have to support the king of saudi arabia and get ourselves involved in wars. [applause] when we talked are creating jobs and this is an issue that needs serious debate. when you go shopping in dubai a product, where, in most instances, is that product manufactured? that is right. you do not have to be a ph.d. in economics to understand that we are never going to have a strong economy with the vast majority of the product we by and i'm not talking about sneakers, pants, shirts, but what we need to see as a nation, we lost 24% of our manufacturing jobs in that 8
and crew, and we begin with remarks from secretary of the interior ken salazar who has been instrumental and pivotal on so many successes in this project. he ia fifth-generation corodoan. he was confirmed on january 20, 2009, in a unanimous vote and by the senate. prior to his confirmation, he served as
, ken salazar. [applause] >> thank you, joanne. it is my honor to welcome you all to the here -- all here to the ninth anniversary for the heroes of flight 93. i would welcome the first lady of the united states, michelle obama, and our first lady laura bush. my former colleague and former secretary of the interior also for his work on this project. when president obama pointed me, he asked as -- appointed me, he asked that i served as a custodian for this chapter of american history. this is my fourth visit to the memorial site since becoming secretary of the interior. i have had the honor of working with the family and friends of the heroes of flight 93. i also have had the honor of working with the landowners and the community of shanksville, whose lives, like the rest of the nation, were irrevocably changed on that day nine years ago. the location for this year's service is especially significant as we return to the western overlook where the journey began nine years ago. this is where the pennsylvania state police line to the ridge on horseback -- lined the ridge on horseback as
fact i want you to remember or think about, according to the secretary of energy, ken salazar, if we simply utilize solar thermal, that's a utility scale solar technology, in the southwest of this country -- nevada, arizona, new mexico, california, southern california -- just doing that through solar energy, we could provide 29% of the electricity that american households consume. can you imagine that? that's just one technology in the southwest of this country. what you're seeing in vermont now you're beginning to see more solar. drive around the state. we were able to bring in many millions of dollars into the state for schools, for buildings. we were going to move to solar. you're going to see more wind, geothermal, biomass. we have 45 schools in the state heating with biomass. we are making some progress. much more has to be done. and when we do that, number one, we create good paying jobs. two, we cut greenhouse gas emissions and number three, we don't have to support the king of saudi arabia and get ourselves involved in wars which we otherwise should not be involved in. [appla
, is this maybe the start of an exodus from the white house in other policy areas. you have to say that ken salazar, interior secretary, under some fire because of the handling of the oil spill, same with steven chu with energy, under fire with the handling of the energy department. so there's three questions: who's next, what's next, and is it the start of a general exodus. martha: it's very interesting questions you bring up, stuart. and the president has also talked just in the past couple of days about people being not so much in favor of big government. now, there have been a number of indications all the way through his presidency that he wanted to expand the reach of government in many ways. it raises a question, will -- will he do that, if he does have to pick a new treasury secretary, and i find it fascinating that you're saying now you hear from the white house that they want it to be someone from corporate america, someone with business experience. when -- as a woman, i would rather somebody be picked on their experience and ability to do the job than just be a woman. >> well, lo
last december. pat has worked in the leadership circle of u.s. senator ken salazar, now secretary of the interior. he is the founder of wild goose ministries in colorado. welcome package mcconathy, and governorartter richardson. >> we will have opening remarks and then we will start with some questions. >> i thought ritter was going to go first, and i was going to copy him, since he has been such a great governor. [applause] >> i have a governor's speech here, which i am not going to give. you are welcome. there are several points i want to make, and i know we have a limited time. i want to thank all of you. this is a great group of renewable energy experts, the biggest landowner in the mexico i have to pay tribute to, ted turner. i know james cameron and so many other notables are here. i think focusing on what ted and chairman -- cameron and t. boone pickens and some of the others to know how to generate public support for issues. my first message is, we have to find new ways of influencing the grassroots on climate change and environmental issues. the traditional methods are no
of criticism there. what about steven from the energy department. not a great performance. ken salazar, interior department, not a great performance after the oil spill. are you seeing a mass exodus not just from the economic policy arena but from all other policy areas, too? that would be a real pivot point for the president. >> right. and that cliffhanger is why you were lead writer on "murder she wrote" you even did the cliffhanger. come back again for the next session. >> actually he'll continue the conversation at 9:20 eastern time on the fox business network. tune in over there to find out how it all works out. >> yes, sir. >> all right. meanwhile, coming up straight ahead, a university employee say that chanting u.s.a. is unamerican. it makes muslims feel bad. >> that story is crazy and then double agents on the border. increased number of officers are collecting big drug money. the investigation straight ahead on this wednesday "fox & friends." vo: what is the good egg project? vo: it's america's egg farmers who feed millions in need... vo: ....it's families who are active in t
of the interior ken salazar. this is live on c-span. >> we are pleased to have you with us this morning, administrators. we are very interested in hearing you make your presentation. >> let me make an opening statement. >> call your microphone a little closer, please. >> could afternoon. -- good afternoon. it is lovely to be here. thank you for allowing me to testify about the role of dispersants and the role of the epa in responding to the deepwater horizon rig explosion. please allow me to begin by expressing my condolences to the families of those who have lost their families in the explosion. they flee the well is sealed and we are now focusing on scientific and science-based monitoring. we're focusing on investigation and the long term rest 3 -- recovery and restoration. i personally travelled to the region. i grew up there and still consider it home. i spent 21 days on site. from the onset of the crisis, over 200 staff members worked there from scientists, engineers, contractors, and all of the affected states. >> could you pull the microphone closer? >> i am sorry. should i start
member ken barera, council member irene oh connell, council member michael salazar, city manager connie jackson, police chief neil sellford, chief dennis from fire department, incident command leader, president chris johns from pg&e, we are joined today by senator lee land, assembly member jerry hill who represents the district as well. of course one of my most important partners harold brooks from red cross who is always out there and doing a fantastic job. as we closely monitored and responded with state and local assets to the fire, abel maldonado our lieutenant governor who is our acting governor in the absence of governor schwarzenegger has been an important partner with this and leadership role after we had the local state of emergency declared we declared a state of emergency for the -- by the state, lieutenant governor and acting governor abel maldonado directed me to reach out and ask for a federal management assistance grant. last night our important fema partners, that they granted that which will help news the operational costs. it's pleasure to introduce to you my friend an
, ken aberra, council member, irene o'connell, michael salazar, and city manager tommy jackson, the police chief and the police from the fire department and our incident command leader last night, we have president chris johns from pg&e and joined by senator leland y echlyee, jerry who represents this district and one of my most important partners, harold brooks from red cross when is always out there and doing a fantastic job. as we closely monitor and responded with state and local assets to this fire, our lieutenant governor who is also our acting governor, in the absence of governor schwarzenegger, has been an important, and a partner with this, and leadership role, after having that declared we declared a state of emergency by the state and the lieutenant governor and acting governor, maldonado directed me to reach out to fema and ask for a federal management assistance grant, and, because of the size and scope of the fire and i'm pleased to announce last night, our important fema importance and craig fugate granted that and that will help us on the operational cost and it
a pipeline explosion in >>> we have with us today mayor jim ruane, vice mayor rico medina, councilmember ken ibarra, councilmember irene o'connell, councilmember michael salazar, city manager connie jackson, police chief neil sellford, there he is. chief dennis hagg from the fire department and our incident command leader last night, president chris johns from pg&e, senator leland yee, assembly member jerry hill who represents this district, and, of course, one of my most important partners harold brooks from red cross who is always out there and doing a fantastic job. as we monitored with assets to this fire, abel maldonado our lieutenant governor also our acting governor in the absence of governor schwarzenegger has been an important partner with this and leadership role. after we had the local, state of emergency declared, we also declared a state of emergency for the -- by the state, lieutenant governor and acting governor abel maldonado also directed me to reach out to fema and ask for federal management assistance grants because of the size and scope of the fire and i'm pleased to anno
response to these disasters. this has been an incredible tragedy and certain. vice mayor, council men ken abarra, counselor member irene o'connell, council member salazar, police chief kneel selfer. chief dennis hague from the fire department and incident command leader last night. we have president chris johns from pg&e. we are joined today by senator leland yee, jerry hill who represents this district as well and, of course, one of my most important partners harold brooks from red cross who is always out there and doing a fantastic job. as we closely monitored and responded with state and locals to this fire, able malado, lieutenant governor and acting governor in the absence of governor schwarzenegger has been an important partner with this and leadership role. after we had the local state of emergency declared, we also declared a state of emergency by the state. lieutenant governor and acting governor also directed me to reach out to fema and ask for federal management assistance grant because of the size and scope of this fire. i'm pleased to announce that last night our important fe
mayor, rico medina, council member ken berra, council member irene o'connell, council member, michael salazar, city manager connie jackson, police chief neil selford, police chief den anything haag, chris johns from pg&e. we are joined today by senator leland ye, senator jerry hill who represents this district as well, and of course one of my most important partners, harold brooks from red cross. as we closely monitor and responded with state and local assets to this tire, abe maldonado, our lieutenant governor and acting governor in the absence of governor arnold schwarzenegger has been an important partner with this and leadership role, after we had the local state of emergency declared, we also declared a state of emergency for the -- by the state. lieutenant governor and acting governor maldonado also directed me to reach out to fema and ask for federal management assistance grants because of the size and scope of this fire. i'm pleased to announce last night our team of partners that they granted that, which will help us in the operational costs. so it's my pleasure to introduce
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